Pineapple guava (Acca sellowiana) is a species of flowering shrub or small tree that is native to South America. Though not technically a guava, the plant produces edible fruit that resembles a guava. The fruit is sliced in half and the juicy, sweet inside of the fruit is eaten. The pineapple guava is a relatively easy plant to grow, with consistent fruiting in USDA zones 8-10. It is frost tolerant, though temperatures below 16 degrees can kill the flower buds when they are present.
In colder climates, the tree can be grown in a container or a sheltered area in the ground.
These trees are container grown and ship with soil around the roots.